OHAYO OHIO Raku pottery workshop with Todd Hickerson
Raku is a process for firing pottery, developed in 16th century Japan, which features metallic lusters and crackle glazes. Each participant will glaze a piece of pottery created by Todd Hickerson and will participate in the firing of their piece. This event is free to Antioch students but requires a refundable $10 deposit to reserve a spot. The participation fee for non-students is $40, which includes all material costs, including two pieces glazed and fired by you.
About Todd Hickerson:
Todd Hickerson has been playing with clay since college. He dove hands first into the medium at The Ohio State University where he received his BFA with a focus in ceramics. Between 15 years in the Army and the battles of growing a beautiful family, he has found time to expand my clay knowledge with numerous residencies, workshops, and teaching opportunities. He has studied at Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute of Art and Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, was the studio tech at John Bryan Community Pottery, taught elementary art, and was the resident artist/instructor at Clayspace/Gallery 831 for seven years. He considers himself blessed with the opportunity to get his hands dirty in clay everyday while working for Mayco as a designer, instructor and their technical support.
John Bryan Community Pottery (View)
100 Dayton Street
Yellow Springs, OH 45387
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|